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Scientists discover fossil of
ancient sea spider species
Volcanic ash that encased and preserved sea life in the Silurian age 425 million years ago near Herefordshire, United Kingdom, has yielded fossils of a new species of ancient sea spider, or pycnogonid, one of the most unusual types of arthropod in the seas today.
Center to continue studies on
smoking with $9 million grant
The Yale Transdisciplinary Tobacco Use Research Center (TTURC) has been awarded over $9 million to continue its studies through September 2009.
Researchers have linked mitochondrial mutation to problems with blood pressure and cholesterol levels
Researchers at Yale and Syracuse universities have found the first direct evidence for a mutation in mitochondrial DNA that affects blood pressure and cholesterol levels.
Yale and presidential politics in 2004
Bulldogs part of presidential ticket
for 32 years now
Scholar has advised politicians on
how to 'get out the vote'
Yale debate champ tapped to
assess candidates' face-offs
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Grant supports F&ES students from underrepresented areas
Study finds that estrogen does not always help memory
Scientists devise a method to measure the age of Martian meteorites
Researchers are studying role of brain in nicotine addiction
Performance at Long Wharf marks launch of O'Neill at Yale project
Beekman Cannon, advocate of musical life at Yale
Divinity School alumni are honored for ministry and service
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Scientists used computer reconstruction to create this image of the ancient Haliestes species of sea spider.
In celebration of Halloween, the Peabody Museum of Natural History will host an event exploring "The Natural History of Witches and Wizards" on Saturday, Oct. 30 from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.